Sacramento, CA — There was drunk driving accident that happened over the weekend along the Dwight D. Eisenhower I-80 interstate that killed three people. Police said that Matthew Beard-Witt, 18, Kendra Langham, and Matthew Azar were killed when their car was hit head-on by a suspected drunk driver.
The accident was reported on Saturday, January 10, 2015, early in the morning. According to the news reports, Beard-Witt, Langham, and Azar were all in a car that was headed along I-80 that morning when they were hit by a wrong-way driver near Madison Avenue.
That driver, 24-year old Aaron Caudillo, was taken into custody after police said that they suspected him of being under the influence of alcohol. As of Wednesday, Caudillo was recovering in a hospital, but may face charges later.
Map of the Accident
View from the Road
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